KL_WhoWasAnneFrank

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Who was Who was ‘Anne Frank’ ? ‘Anne Frank’ ?
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Anne Frank was born in Frankfurt in Germany on 12 June 1929. She was a second daughter for her parents, Otto and Edith.
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Her sister, Margot, was three years older than Anne. She often wished to be beautiful like Margot. In 1933 the family moved to Amsterdam.
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On her 13 th birthday Anne received a diary. It was her favourite present. She named it ‘Kitty’ and wrote in it everyday.
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Around this time World War II started. Anybody Jewish had to wear a star sewn onto their clothes and go to a Jewish school. Anne hated this.
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Otto had been organising a hiding place for his family. He took them to a secret place behind his office. They would be safe here.
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Inside the office a bookcase covered a secret door to the hiding place. Here the Frank family could hide away safely without being seen.
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Anne took her diary with her and wrote in ‘Kitty’ everyday. She wrote about her wishes for the future and hopes of the war ending soon.
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Unformatted text preview: Eight people came to live inside the hiding place at the back of the office. Anne often wrote that she was tired of so many people being around. Anne and Margot shared a bedroom inside the hiding place. It was small and Anne would look out of the window and see the stars. Some of Ottos friends helped the family while they were hiding. They brought them food and news of the war. They were very brave. Anne and her family hid away for 2 years. In 1944 somebody told the German soldiers where the family were hiding and they were found. Anne and her family were sent to concentration camps in Germany. It was here that Anne died at the age of only 15 years old. Otto was the only member of the Frank family to survive. After the war ended he was given Annes diary and he had it made into a book. The diary of Anne Frank has been read by people all over the world. She is remembered for having great courage and never giving up hope....
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